Teeth Chatters is happy to offer continuing education credits for our lovely Dental Listeners

Course 1: The Complexity Of Sjögren's

Teeth Chatters The Complexity of Sjögren’s

Sjögren’s is an immune-mediated inflammatory disease (IMID) and is defined as a group of conditions or diseases that lack a definitive etiology, which are characterized by common inflammatory pathways leading to inflammation, and may result from, or be triggered by, a dysregulation of the normal immune response. This makes Sjögren’s an auto-immune disease.

Those with Sjögren’s may find their journey to a diagnosis difficult as its symptoms are similar to Rheumatoid Arthritis and Multiple Sclerosis.

Course 2: Surprising Oral Health Benefits of CBD

Teeth Chatters CBD part 2

Oral rinses infused with cannabinoid compounds (CBD and CBG mainly) can slow down and impede the progression of periodontal disease and arrest it.

Indi and I will cover what cannabinoids are, what the endocannabinoid system is, and how your body’s endocannabinoid system reacts to CBD. We also talk about Periodontal Disease, CBD, and overall oral health.

CBD has incredible benefits for your body, including your mouth! CBD may help enhance the anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties of receptor sites found within your mouth. Don’t miss this continuation of our CBD podcast, and let’s get CHATTING!

Course 3: "The Toxic Bond" COVID-19 & Dry Mouth

Teeth Chatters Dry Mouth and Covid-19

As the pandemic continues to keep its presence and remain relevant in our world, researchers are discovering more information about the progression of the COVID-19 virus and the connection to saliva’s enzyme receptors in the mouth.

As most of you know, your mouth is the first line of defense against foreign bacteria, viruses, and overall infections. Saliva has one of the most difficult roles in the body. Not only does it protect the body as the first line of defense, but it also must fight off all foreign microorganisms that enter the mouth and protect the mucosa and oral tissues from trauma, burns, and lesions. No pressure on saliva! 

Saliva has so many functions, it’s incredible how important it is to your oral and systemic health! Today, I am going to only focus on a few of saliva’s main functions that are relevant and related to our topic on Covid-19 and the connection it has to saliva.